Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) refers to a technology that enables users to access a virtual desktop environment from a remote server, rather than from a physical device such as a desktop or laptop computer.

In a VDI setup, multiple virtual desktops are hosted on a server or a cluster of servers, and users can access these desktops from any device with an internet connection. The virtual desktops are usually hosted in a data center, and they can be customized to provide the user with the same applications, settings, and data that they would have on a physical desktop.

VDI technology offers many benefits, including centralized management, increased security, and easier access to applications and data from remote locations. It is commonly used in enterprise environments, where it can improve IT efficiency, reduce costs, and provide a more flexible and scalable way to manage desktops.